Very unfortunately, Ramon Amaro is unwell and unable to deliver the PG Talk this evening.
In his stead, Professor Kristen Kreider will be presenting a talk that resonates with the theme of, UNDOING WORLDINGS, and is tangentially related to the explorations in, amongst and around feminist technoscience.
Kristen will be speaking about the notion of ‘ungovernability’ as this relates to three specific examples of community formation emergent amidst socio-political turbulence: Open City, a radical pedagogical experiment started by a poet and an architect in Valparaiso, Chile, in 1971; Mahatma Gandhi’s practice of spinning and related vision of an economically independent India; the urban ecology of the interface areas of Belfast in Northern Ireland. The intent here will be to think about how these formations begin, and to consider their potential to lead to new world orders.
We look forward to seeing you this evening at the later time of 7.30pm in the Professor Stuart Hall Building, LG02.
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